One of the key highlights of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro is their improved camera and video recording performance. The initial reviews of the handsets have praised their camera performance as well. To show off the iPhone 11 Pro’s video recording prowess, filmmaker Andy To used it to record a cinematic 4K video fo Tokyo.
While we frequently see many cinematic and professional videos recorded using an iPhone, they all tend to make use of other professional equipment as well. For his video, however, Andy only used his iPhone 11 Pro, a gimbal, and no extra lenses or filter. He even used the stock camera app on his iPhone to record all the footage and used Apple’s own Final Cut Pro X for editing purposes.
The end result? A stunning 4K video that shows off the beautiful city of Tokyo.
I went to Tokyo with the new iPhone 11 Pro to put it to the test. The objective of this video is to deliver a visual story showcasing my journey to Japan. The story starts in Tokyo, a progressive futuristic city that’s a beautiful backdrop for the fast paced editing style that I love to do.
The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro are capable of recording 4K videos at 60fps with cinematic stabilization and extended dynamic range from all their lenses. iPhones were already ahead of other smartphones in the video recording department and with the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, Apple seems to have made even further progress in this area.
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